Re: Windows 10: Firefox 59 Unusable with NVDA
John, Ron and Quentin,toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
I have discovered what is happening! In Firefox, every time I click on a document linked to a web page, Firefox downloads the file to the default "Downloads" folder on my PC. I now have several copies of various files that I have been trying to open!
Any idea what setting is controlling this behaviour in Firefox? It is clearly not a fault in Firefox but it is not what I want Firefox to do.
All the best,
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Sent: Tuesday, April 24, 2018 6:15 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Windows 10: Firefox 59 Unusable with NVDA
I clicked on that link, clicked on brochures or whatever, and picked the first one, November 2014 or such. It came up just fine. At first it had the typical PDF controls, zoom and such, and then below those it said "clickable" and it was blank, but if you wait a second or two, maybe longer depending on your connection, it comes up. I read about a photographer and some sort of American tribal belly dance troop, whatever the hell that means, and a group who did 1950s French and Italian music whose saxophone is apparently coming real soon now.
This is using "Microsoft WindowsVersion 1709 (OS Build 16299.371"
64-bit, NVDA 1018.1.1, and Firefox 59.0.2 64-bit.
On 4/24/2018 12:06, Cearbhall O'Meadhra wrote: